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Jabari Parker spends weekend in Utah


While BYU's basketball coaching staff spent the weekend in New Orleans at the Final Four, the best high school basketball player in the country -- who happens to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- spent the weekend in Provo and Salt Lake City. Jabari Parker, the 6-foot-7 phenom from Chicago, spent much of his time in Utah hanging out with his cousin, former BYU running back Harvey Unga. BYU coaches are still recruiting Jabari Parker, along with coaches from the top programs in the country such as Duke, Kentucky and North Carolina. (Salt Lake Tribune)


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